I agree with newtekie. Yes, it's a lot of data and maybe overwhelming for the starters, but it really isn't necessary. And maybe it's just in my surroundings, but people DO care about the inside of cars, motorcycles, cellphones, dishwashers, mp3's, and heck even consoles, but when it comes to a simple graphics card...
In my experience, most of that kind of people ask the seller which hardware to get in the pricepoint and TBH I doubt any seller would recomend a slightly more pricey GTS over a 9800GT, because they probably want to get rid of 9800GT stock first. That's what my boss wanted me to do anyway, way before G80 was out and all this rebadging. When that meant to reccomend a 6800GT over a 7600GT. I never did, obviously, always recomended best bang for the buck, but the guidelines were clear.